And then there were four... Marvin Humes was the latest celeb voted out of the jungle and we have our final quartet to take part in Celebrity Cyclone on Saturday evening. But who will be the last person to leave before the final tomorrow? We've taken a look at the latest Betfred odds...
I'm a Celeb Next Eviction Odds
Josie Gibson - 2/7
The pre-show favourite is now the 25/1 outsider to win the jungle crown, as her odds have steadily drifted throughout the three week long reality show.
The 38-year old had a touching reunion with her best friend on last night's edition and broke down as she was told of her son Reggie's amazing experiences in Australia.
Judging by the bookie odds, it won't be long before the This Morning presenter gets to see him in person. The 2/7 odds give Josie a 79% chance of leaving the jungle on the penultimate night.
At least we'll get to see her sliding down the Cyclone course first...
Nigel Farage - 11/4
As has been the case for the majority of the IACGMOOH run, Farage's odds to win and to be evicted pretty much mirror one another. The ex-Ukipper is now 2nd favourite to both leave next and to win the competition outright.
It's clear that the 59-year-old carries significant support but the Betfred traders appear unsure whether that has carried across to the general public at large.
Nigel has thrown himself headlong into all the tasks put in front of him and we saw a family side to him that we've not seen before last night, as he spoke to his daughter.
Whether the right-winger responsible for so much division in the country, should have been on the reality show in the first place, is a matter for further discussion.
Tony Bellew - 6/1
The ex-cruiserweight champion may have stepped into the jungle late but it didn't take long for him to establish himself as one of the camp favourites.
In fact, at one point early last week, the amiable scouser even went into the betting favourite above Sam but it was short lived and he's been on the drift ever since.
Bellew showed his softer side yesterday evening, as he was in floods of tears, after being reunited with his wife and childhood sweetheart, Rachael.
It's that kind of vulnerability and openness that has endeared him to millions of viewers and he looks a certainty to be in tomorrow's finale.
Get ready for Sam jumping on him at regular intervals again...
Sam Thompson - 33/1
This is the first time we've seen young Samuel Thompson in this eviction column, as he has been the stand out favourite for at least two weeks now.
The 31-year-old has been a nuclear-reactor of constant energy in camp, which at times can appear annoying but there's no coincidence that every campmate who has been voted out, has spoken publicly of wanting the reality star and radio DJ to win.
Sam was born for this show and his singing, dancing and general enthusing about the smallest of things has kept everyone's spirits up, at the darkest of times.
The Made in Chelsea and Celebs Go Dating star is a huge fan of the show and has talked about his dream of the winning the title of 'King of the Jungle.'
I think those dreams will become a reality tomorrow night and at 4/11 to win, the odds-compilers are inclined to agree.
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